On July 13, 2020, I published my first blog post called “Who am I?” Almost two years later, I am publishing my 100th post. Crazy.
I’m not sure I’m any closer to discovering my brand or if I’ve better defined my future-grown-up-self pathway, but at least I’ve put a lot of coherent words on a page. For today, that’s enough. Maybe tomorrow the next big idea will emerge; I'm looking forward to that "Aha!" moment.
Of course, when you are publishing a book, you have to make important decisions. Hard decisions, sometimes. This is the story of how my cover design for "What Ronnie Sue Knew" came to be.
My first 50 years have been educational and illuminating. Now, I'm excited to learn just how much I do not know. I just hope this brain has the space to remember it all.
What do I do on a day off? Use the time to exercise my body and brain.
Part of being a writer and author is connecting to other writers and authors. Inspiration comes in all forms. Meet two people who have inspired me.
Sometimes, random phone calls can actually be quite lovely. Read on to learn about a recent conversation I had with my childhood neighbor who shared his experience reading my book.
Though not my first published book, this is the first book that I wrote that talks about parts of my life that have impacted me the most. More specifically, my mom. It is also the first one for which I have had the honor of having a book signing event.
A lot can happen in a year. Reflecting on the past 365 days, I have done more new things that have been out of my wheelhouse than I have ever done. I have my mom to thank for being my compass.
A blog post all about the process of formatting your manuscript for publishing - the good, the bad and the ugly.